Connemara Marble

Connemara Marble Rosary Beads St Patrick's Medal

A gift of a rosary is often an intergenerational gift being passed from a parent or grandparent to their child. Handcrafted in Ireland, these unique marble rosary beads showcase Connemara Marble’s various shades of green. Carry them with you, and tranquility will never be far away. “Beads pass through the hands, that link to the past and hope for the future”.

$45.00

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Description

Few things reflect the beauty of creation more strongly than the deep and varied greens of Connemara Marble, found only in a small corner of Ireland’s Atlantic seaboard. These Rosary Beads, handmade in Dublin with marble cut from our quarry in Co. Galway, are part of our long tradition with Irish Rosary beads. We have been hand making rosary beads since 1945.

The first Irish Rosary beads were made by monks of the great settlements like Cashel, Clonmacnoise and Glendalough. Using the horns of animals, they fashioned beads of natural beauty and simple strength. Their strength in particular put them much in demand in medieval Europe, where the rosary was a widely observed meditation, and personal link with the Creator.

These beads continue that tradition, combining natural beauty with practical strength. You may also like to see our Saints of Ireland Rosary Bracelet

Please note, as marble is a natural stone some tones and shades may vary.

Additional information

Material

Connemara Marble

Size

25" long

Style

Celtic Cross

Metal

Silver tone over Brass

Stamp

Information Card Included

Additional information

Material

Connemara Marble

Size

25" long

Style

Celtic Cross

Metal

Silver tone over Brass

Stamp

Information Card Included

certificate

Certificate of Authenticity

Each marble product purchase includes a Certificate of Authenticity to prove it was made with genuine Connemara Marble.

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